We can all agree that there are some people who can’t live without coffee. Whether it be for morning, afternoon, evening, or every hour, coffee is what keeps them going.
The only problem is if you don’t have a coffee machine at work or school, you have no choice but to settle for less. But you don’t have to, thanks to GrabFood.
GrabFood partnered with Starbucks to make coffee accessible in Metro Manila. Just like how we order our food, we can customize our drink with just a tap on our screen. Craving for a hot coffee, hot chocolate, or tea? GrabFood has got your back. For now, it only delivers to selected areas in Makati City and Bonifacio Global City. Soon it will be expanding its coverage.
Do you belong to that group of people who don’t like Starbucks coffee? Perhaps you prefer something local? Chat with Bo’s Coffee on its Facebook Messenger Page. Easy as pie!
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Botty, Bo’s Coffee Messenger-based advanced ordering system, was launched last month to cater to customers who are in need of their caffeine fix. Through the Facebook Messenger App, they can place their orders directly with Bo’s Coffee. The bot has been rolled out in 47 of the cafe’s 100-plus branches.
To settle your orders, Botty accepts online payment via Visa or MasterCard credit and debit cards, PayMaya, and cash.